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HESA’s Impact Report for 2017 sets out the agency’s work to adapt its services for the future during a period of rapid change in UK higher education.
HESA has today submitted its expression of interest to become the designated body for higher education information in England.
Neil Richards, Business Intelligence Specialist at HESA, outlines the benefits of the latest HESA/Jisc Community Dashboards within Heidi Plus, which combine the collaborative expertise of HE professionals with HESA and other HE sector data, and the very latest visualisation technology, to bring invaluable sector insight to HESA subscribers and Jisc members.
Alex Leigh discusses opening thoughts and thanks for the feedback from the initial consultation marking the launch of Collection Governance project
We are currently working to develop our newest collection - Graduate Outcomes. This blog provides an update on our progress over the last two months in defining the data specification and survey brand.
Following the release of the DLHE survey, Information Analyst Joe Macari looks at the destinations of UK-domiciled graduates – which reveals that 2015/16 graduates from UK higher education providers are working in 173 of the world’s 195 countries.
With higher education providers preparing to submit data to HESA over the next few weeks, HESA’s Head of Training & Consultancy, Dan Kidd, offers advice on how to make the process considerably less painful than negotiating French town planning . . .
We recently carried out the Data Futures readiness survey to help us learn more about how providers are preparing for in-year collection, and how we can best inform and update them. We received 138 responses, providing us with vital feedback that will ensure we can address queries from providers now as we head into the Alpha pilot and towards implementation and transition.
The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Longitudinal survey captures information about the activities and perspectives of graduates three and a half years after they completed their studies. Our report analyses the 107,340 responses we received to the winter 2016/17 survey which contacted 2012/13 leavers.Open data licence: CC-BY-2.0
Results of a survey of graduates three and a half years after graduation shows that 87.5% of UK domiciled graduates were in employment (including work and further study), 5.8% were in further study only and 2.2% were assumed to be unemployed. Of those UK domiciled graduates in employment, 84.1% were in professional jobs. The median salary of UK domiciled leavers in full-time paid employment was £27,000 after three and a half years